Mount Vernon 1792 West Front Print
"No estate in United America is more pleasantly situated than this," wrote George Washington in 1790, only two years before this view of the west elevation, attributed to Edward Savage, was painted. In 200 years, no home in America has surpassed the Mansion for its elegance and beauty. This 1792 painting shows the west front and courtyard of the Mansion, with George Washington and his family strolling along the bowling green.
The stretched canvas print is 5 ¾" by 9 ½" inside the gold frame which measures 7 ½" by 11" overall.